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Offroad

Nissan Overlanding Adventure

Nissan Overlanding Adventure

Was it just a dream we had – rockcrawling with Nissan in their spacious and sturdy Titan trucks and Armadas in Arizona, on the way to the Overland Expo? Nope – it was real. Check out how capable the brand’s body-on-frame vehicles are for exploration on all surfaces.

Can-Am Commander Series

Can-Am Commander Series
$12,799-$14,229  Buy Comment

The Can-Am Commander side-by-side may look like a golf cart, but it packs a 85 hp Rotax 1000R EFI engine, 11″ of ground clearance, 1,500 lb towing capacity, and 1,928 inĀ³ of cockpit space.

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Maverick Flying Buggy Car

Maverick Flying Buggy Car

i-tec has designed a concept 1100 lb off-road vehicle called the Maverick, which becomes airborne via a big carbon-fiber blade reverse-prop 128 hp engine and an ultra-light style airfoil.

ICON CJ3B 4×4

ICON CJ3B 4×4
$80,000  Buy Comment

While it looks like an old Willys Jeep, each ICON off-road vehicle is meticulously hand-built with new parts. The CJ3B outdoes Willy with much-improved handling and a GM Ecotec 210-hp engine.

QT Wildcats

QT Wildcats

QT is anything but cute: the offroad company has three new models, ranging from the street legal 300STR to the 4.0L Jag V8 400DKR, which placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the Pharaons Rally.

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